Jackie is a NYC-based food and travel blogger/photographer with an appetite to see the world and share all of the amazing food and experiences it has to offer.
She graduated from Syracuse University where she majored in Hospitality Management and Marketing. There, Jackie took classes in everything from culinary arts to advertising, learning the in and outs of different industries. After graduation, she moved to New York City where she took a job at a social media agency working on a variety of creative projects for lifestyle brands. There, Jackie was able to see the future of the food and social worlds coming together, and moved to Tel Aviv to explore and experience the evolving digital media world from an international perspective. While in Israel, she found a job at a social photography startup helping them to launch in the US. After returning to New York City, she took freelance jobs working with restaurants to build their branding and social platforms. This is when Jackie created her own brand, NoLeftovers.
Wanting to combine her love for the culinary industry and digital marketing further, Jackie took a role as the Senior Digital Media Executive + Photographer at lifestyle and social marketing agency, Becca PR. There, she curated influencer events/relations and consulted on digital and social branding for their clients including restaurants such as Le Bernardin, Crafted Hospitality, Kappo Masa, and April Bloomfield to name a few.
She now splits her time between NYC and traveling different cities around the world; curating guides and exploring the best authentic experiences across the globe.
She has been covered in organic press such as Refinery29, Bon Appetit, Dr. Oz and Zagat; featured in national ad campaigns such as Absolut, Urban Decay, Mashable, and Samsung, in addition to collaborating with major travel partners, hotel groups and tourism boards worldwide.